Anne Lejeune is a Patent Attorney at Plasseraud IP. She holds a Master’s degree in Bioinformatics and Genomics applied to the development of new bio-active compounds and a Master’s degree in Business Law with emphasis on Internet Law. She assists clients in the management and defense of their patent portfolio, especially in the fields of biotechnology, bioinformatics and diagnostic. During her scientific training, Anne completed long-term internships in Spain and Germany (at the German Cancer Research Center). She also gained experience in a technology transfer office in the USA (Arizona), at the interface between cutting-edge research and industrial stakeholders. She is also an active member of the Digital Prospective and Future of the Profession Committee of the CNCPI (the legally-established organization representing all French Patent and Trademark Attorneys). Anne joined EGYP, a company of Plasseraud IP Group, in 2010.